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"We Tibetans are looking for a legitimate and meaningful autonomy, an arrangement that would enable Tibetans to live within the framework of the People’s Republic of China."

Yadav repeats Nepal's one-China policy stance

April 9, 2009

Nepal News
April 8, 2009

Minister for Foreign Affairs Upendra Yadav
repeated Nepal’s commitment to one-China policy
for allowing Nepal to be used for anti-China protests.

During a meeting with his counterpart Yang Jiechi
in Beijing Wednesday morning, Yadav said both
sides had always respected, understood and
supported each other, adding that Sino-Nepal
relation has set a good model for peaceful
coexistence and friendly cooperation between
neighbouring countries, Xinhua reported.

He further said Nepal wanted to keep high-level
contacts, strengthen cooperation and enhance friendship with China.

Yang in response thanked Nepal for its stand on
the Tibet issue. "China is willing to work with
Nepal to strengthen friendly communication and
cooperation so as to realize mutual benefit and joint development," he said.

Earlier, Foreign Minister Yadav called on vice
president of the country, Xi Jinping, in Beijing.
Jinping expressed happiness for controlling
demonstrations against China in Kathmandu.

Yadav is currently in China for preparations for
the upcoming visit of Prime Minster Pushpa Kamal
Dahal. China is likely to increase financial
assistance during PM Dahal’s visit.

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